Happy Friday again! I hope y'all have had a great week! Here I am again with another vintage baby Sacque. I really wanted to make the Kimono because it was SUPER CUTE and that baby in the picture sold me on it quick! However, for whatever reason.. again.. my brain did not want to understand the simplest of instructions. Good grief! What is the deal with that? I will just never understand why my brain does that every now again with these patterns. This pattern can be found in "Woolies for Babies" Book No. 224 from 1945 and you can download it HERE.
Once again, I have chosen the same materials as from the previous pattern post:
Now I will tell you, I didn't sew up the sleeves until after I attached them to sacque. It just seemed to make it all come together a little easier.
I can also tell you that as many as times that I had to frog the Kimono then/ now Sacque, I think it turned out really cute once it was done. I know that if I had been able to finish it as a Kimono, I would be cooing over it for days. I have never made one of those, so I will most definitely be making that soon! ☺
I hope y'all enjoyed this one as much as I did! Also, I would like to encourage you tag me if you decide to make any of these patterns that I have shared!
Until next time, thanks for reading.
Ralph Waldo Emerson 1803 - 1882
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